Located in the Biosphere Reserve Sian Ka’an, between Tulúm and Felipe Carrillo Puerto, 23 and 72 km. respectively, Muyil is the place to go that has it all, archaeological vestiges, jungle tours, an observation tower, for nature lovers there is available tours for the two lagoons: Chunyaxche and Muyil as well as a relaxing stroll with life jackets over 800 meters of low channels.
It also offers trips to the beach and if you prefer in the evenings you can do activities like bird or crocodile watching, the tour will vary for the different tastes of the visitor with personalized service with trilingual guides. Continuar leyendo
Sian Ka’an name comes from a Mayan word meaning “Place where the sky is born”. It is the ideal place for nature lovers who are willing to dive into the adventure of walking in the forest and admire the flora and fauna, paddle or swim in the still waters of the lagoon system used by the ancient Maya as part of commercial maritime routes and, why not?, fall in love with the colorful landscapes of savanna and wetlands of Sian Ka’an in a boat ride. Continuar leyendo
The Biosphere Reserve Sian Ka’an is the third largest in Mexico and protects more than 500 000 hectares of tropical ecosystems of the state of Quintana Roo.
The Sian Ka’an reserve is home to low and medium forests, savannas and other floodplain vegetation associations, and also has a portion of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, the second largest in the world. Continuar leyendo